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Icons at The Conran Shop: Welles Table

Designed by Matthew Hilton in 2014, the Welles Table uses generous planes of solid natural wood against industrial-style cast iron legs for a contemporary, sculptural look.

 

The Welles Table: Courtesy of De La Espada
The Welles Table: Courtesy of De La Espada

 

The Welles Table’s top is detailed with a central divide and subtly angled edges, all balanced on slightly slanted cast iron legs that complement the wood’s grain. Its quietly practical structure is pleasingly functional yet distinctly modern, making a distinctive and dynamic addition to any space.

 

The Welles Table: Courtesy of De La Espada
The Welles Table: Courtesy of De La Espada

 

Crafted by De La Espada’s expert craftsmen in Portugal, the clean lines and timeless composition of Matthew Hilton’s four to six seater Welles Table are endlessly appealing. Faultlessly modern yet approachable, the Welles Table would make the perfect choice for everything from entertaining friends to everyday family suppers.

 

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“For a design to last it has to be doing something relatively new aesthetically, it needs to be stimulating people.” – Matthew Hilton.

 

Matthew Hilton: Courtesy of De La Espada
Matthew Hilton: Courtesy of De La Espada

 

Matthew Hilton is renowned as one of Britain’s most esteemed industrial designers and has designed for leading manufacturers across the world, over an illustrious career spanning 30 years. His furniture is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Geffrye Museum and the Manchester City Art Gallery.

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Welles Table: Courtesy of De La Espada

 

The Welles Table is available in a range of bespoke finishes, making it adaptable to any setting. Choose from Danish oiled American black walnut, Danish or white oiled American white oak or Danish or white oiled, brown or black stained, and brown, black or white painted European ash.